What we do
About Us: We’re the world’s most unique original art company. We make amazing travel posters and have never charged a design fee to our customers, we simply listen to our community. We will create just about any travel poster and have four methods to choose from to get your idea on our drawing board! The best way to follow the process is to like our Facebook page. See more information on Commissioning new artwork Here.
Our VisionOur art represents not just aircraft, armored cavalry or ships, it represents adventure and travel. This means we create posters featuring the Space Needle, New Orleans, the Golden Gate Bridge, Mt Rushmore and the National Mall. Of course, McChord AFB isn’t in Seattle but if you are stationed there your adventure surely involves the Space Needle! This is what makes Squadron Posters different–it’s about remembering where you’ve lived and what you’ve seen with a vintage themed travel poster.
Meet the Team
AndyCo-Founder, Co-Owner and Operations Officer
Andy has over 30 years experience in the Graphics imaging industry with a fortune 500 company, providing management, technical support and customer service and is also a retired military veteran. Andy was the perfect match to oversee operations and ensure Squadron Posters delivers a quality product every time.
AdamChief of Marketing/Philanthropy
Adam has a Political Science degree from Oregon State University and is a perfect fit to run marketing and sculpt Squadron Posters’ philanthropic outreach.
SteveFeatured Vector Artist
Steve worked for newspapers creating graphics and illustrations for 14 years before embarking on his own as a freelance illustrator. Now he creates mostly vintage-inspired artwork with a modern twist. He currently lives on one of the 10,000 lakes in Minnesota with his family.
Contact UsEmail us: email@example.com
please only call for help with a new or existing order (if you have a poster request please send us an email).
The world of Squadron Posters!
Aviation Nose Art:
Placing personalized decorations on fighting aircraft began with Italian and German pilots. The first recorded piece of nose art was a sea monster painted on an Italian flying boat in 1913.
The Lafayette Escadrille squadron’s insignia depicted an “Indian head” (above) to give the unit a fierce look. American volunteer pilots served in the Lafayette Escadrille prior to America’s “official” entry into WWI.
Originally published as the cover for the July 6, 1916, issue of Leslie’s Weekly with the title “What Are You Doing for Preparedness?” this portrait of “Uncle Sam” went on to become–according to its creator, James Montgomery Flagg–“the most famous poster in the world.” Over four million copies were printed between 1917 and 1918, as the United States entered World War I and began sending troops and matériel into war zones.
In keeping with this great tradition, we invite all who have served our great nation to create and display artwork representing their time in service! See more HERE.
This is why we honor all branches of service and 1st responders as “all who serve our great country deserve great art”! – Squadron Posters
All of our artwork is original art created exclusively by Squadronposters.com, however some artwork may be an *updated modern version of older original art or public domain artwork to make them relevant for current events.